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Including a WebBrowser control in your Windows Phone app is a great way to integrate Web content in your app. Why? It can help you extend the value of your investments because you don’t have to recreate content for use on different platforms.
“Many of the more than 30 percent of Windows Phone apps that incorporate the WebBrowser control in their design integrate the control and the Web contents within the app seamlessly simply using XAML properties,” writes Chee Chen Tong, a program manager on the Windows Phone team.
In a post on Wednesday, the Windows Phone Developer Blog provides a deep dive on a few common scenarios that may be helpful when using the WebBrowser control in your Windows Phone app. Check it out.
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Jeff Meisner Microsoft News Center Staff